Velocity Technology Solutions, a global enterprise application cloud services provider since 2003, has announced the expansion of its enterprise application cloud services to include public cloud infrastructures. The company will now provide a fully integrated hybrid cloud solution as part of its services portfolio.
“Public cloud computing options have numerous benefits and will be a desired component for any company’s overall cloud strategy,” said Keith Angell, President and CEO of Velocity Technology Solutions. “As one of the largest companies focused solely on cloud managed services for enterprise applications, we recognize the challenges companies face in transitioning to these new application service models. Adding public cloud capabilities to our service portfolio and integrating it with the VCAMP system provides multiple options to structure and manage IT ecosystems to best serve distinct company needs.”
Hybrid cloud environments are growing in importance and are creating application management challenges. Velocity’s Cloud Application Management Platform (VCAMP), a comprehensive system supporting enterprise applications in private and public cloud infrastructure, manages workloads across these environments.
Velocity’s VCAMP solution allows customers to automate the provisioning, orchestration and service management tasks, while utilizing Velocity Zoom analytics to dynamically scale applications and maintain responsiveness. VCAMP service management and optimization modules are designed to provide IT organizations with visibility and control over multiple cloud end-points while running their enterprise applications.
Velocity’s portfolio includes application-focused cloud managed services, professional services, with data analytics and optimization solutions. Velocity is headquartered in Charlotte, NC, with facilities in North America, Europe and Asia. Velocity Technology Solutions is a portfolio company of Silver Lake Sumeru, a globally operating company with private equity investments in leading, growth-oriented technology companies.